1- What is Orthodoxy?
b- Eastern Orthodoxy
(a, b are from World Council of Churches website)
c - Oriental Orthodoxy (Brief review from different web sites)
d - Oriental Orthodoxy (from World Council of Churches website)
2- Inter-Orthodox Dialog:
a- From the Orthodox Unity website
b- From Monachos.net, a website for the study of Orthodoxy through Patristic, Monastic & Liturgical studies. This is a Greek Orthodox oriented website, with interest in the Christological Controversies, posting articles from both sides.
c- St. Andrew House: Center for Orthodox Christian Studies, A Pan Orthodox Institution Dedicated to Orthodox Unity. Most members are from Orthodox Church in America, Antiochian Orthodox Church, and Greek Orthodox Church.
3- Other Bible Study Resources:
a- From Zeitun-eg.org (See Free Bible Programs for Windows)
b- World Wide Study Bible (provided by Christian Ethereal Classics Library, at Calvin College. This is a Protestant oriented site. Most of what they call "Apocrypha" are books of the Old Testament which the Apostolic Churches [Orthodox and Catholic] call Deutero-Canonical Books [meaning second degree Canonical])
c- Ancient Christian Commentary on Scriptures: An Orthodox website with links to other sites relevant to Bible Studies and Orthodoxy. It publishes Commentaries on the Books of the Bible based on writings of the Church Fathers.
d- BIBLE.org: Mostly Protestant site posting extensive commentaries and studies on each of the Books of the Bible (does not include the Deuterocanonical Books so far).
4- About the Coptic Church:
a- From Coptic.Net
b- For current news and studies of the Coptic Church and Egypt, see Watani
c- Coptic Monasteries: Monastery of St. Makarios